Fabio Turchi is an Italian professional boxer who held the WBC international cruiserweight title in 2019. This article contains more details about his details, net worth, salary, relationship life, and other things.
The Italian boxer made his amateur debut in 2010. In only 5 years, he gained 21 wins from 29 bouts. As an amateur, he won a gold medal at the 2013 Mediterranean Games, silver at the 2010 Youth Olympics and 2014 World Military Championships, and bronze at the 2010 Youth World Championships.
In 2015, Turchi made his professional debut against Adis Dadovic, which he won by a first-round TKO. During the next year, he collected an 8-0 record. He captured his first professional title, Italian Cruiserweight in 2016. Next year he won the International Silver Cruiserweight title, fighting against Cesar David.
Defending his regional title for two years he aimed for the WBC International Cruiserweight title. Unfortunately, he lost it against Tommy McCarthy the same year he achieved it from Sami Enbom. But in a turn of events, only after a year, he won a bout against Nikolajs Grisunins that earned him a vacant IBF international Cruiserweight Champion title
This 28-year-old fighter is booked to fight currently undefeated, Richard Riakphore coming June 11 at The OVO in Wembley. The bout is an eliminator with the winner moving up to No 2 in the IBF cruiserweight rankings and in position to challenge champion Maris Breidis later this year.
Fabio Turchi Personal Information:
|Full Name||Fabio Turchi|
|Nickname||The Stone Crusher|
|Born||24 July 1993|
|Debut||31 October 2015|
|Height||6 ft 2 in (188 cm)|
|Birthplace||Florance, Toscana, Italy|
|Residence||Florance, Toscana, Italy|
|Father name||Leonardo Turchi|
Turchi was born on July 24, 1993, in Florance, Italy. He will turn 29 years old this year.
The left-handed boxer is 6 ft 2 in (188 cm) tall. He is a contender in Cruiserweight division.
Turchi’s in-ring nickname is “The Stone Crusher”. In a recent interview, he said, his nickname was “Fabione” before. But it felt generic to him. Then a friend, Simone Biagioni, told him that in the ring he was a Stonebreaker. Liking that phrase, he took it as his new nickname with which he is known to his friends and fans now.
Fabio Turchi’s Net Worth and Salary:
Fabio Turchi’s net worth is not public currently. He or his manager hasn’t revealed much about his income yet. Back in 2020, he faced Nikolajs Grisunins. In that fight, he got a guaranteed payout of $75,000.
The Italian boxer is married to Paola Cappucci. They have been together for about 9 years. Paola is an Italian professional kickboxer. She earned gold in the 2008 WAKO K1 Europian Championship. She is also the 2010 WAKO Intercontinental Pro Low Kick Champion and 2011 WAKO Intercontinental Champion.
Recent News About Fabio Turchi:
The boxer was booked to face British boxer, Richard Riakporhe back on March 26. Unfortunately, due to sustaining an injury when training he had to withdraw from the match. Their bout is again scheduled to be held coming June 11, at OVO Arena in Wembley. The match will be streamed live on Sky Sports. The winner will move up to No 2 in the IBF cruiserweight rankings to challenge champion Maris Breidis later this year.